Portland Scribe

Portland Scribe

Newspaper1064
Anita Bigelow1
Portland Scribe

Portland Scribe

Newspaper1064Periodical85Publication121
International Women's Day Ad

International Women's Day Ad

Newspaper1064Periodical85Publication121
designer unknown78
The first edition of Hot Press magazine, released June 9, 1977

The first edition of Hot Press magazine, released June 9, 19772

Clippings and works by M.A.N.I.A.C., a Maryland anarchist youth collective

Clippings and works by M.A.N.I.A.C., a Maryland anarchist youth collective20

Flyer109Zine26
Chicory

Chicory6

Publication121Zine26
Various designers, via Enoch Pratt library1
Anarchy In The U.K Zine 

Anarchy In The U.K Zine 2

Magazine534Zine26
Jamie Reid5
Queen City Cover 

Queen City Cover 

Newspaper1064
QnotesCarolinas3
Lightworks Magazine, Number 14/15

Lightworks Magazine, Number 14/15

Magazine534
Ben Vautier1the matchbbok issue1
Lightworks Magazine, Number 22

Lightworks Magazine, Number 22

Magazine534
Ray Johnson1Charlton Burch2
“Lagomorph Newsletter" (no.8, July 1988)

“Lagomorph Newsletter" (no.8, July 1988)

Illustration235Newsletter20
IUCN SSC Lagomorph Specialist Group1
“Palante” cover  v 2 nr 12 9/25/70. Young Lords publication

“Palante” cover  v 2 nr 12 9/25/70. Young Lords publication

Magazine534
The Deep Tried Frees essay

The Deep Tried Frees essay

Booklet77
The Comet

The Comet

Zine26
Raymond Arthur Palmer1
InterMedia

InterMedia11

Magazine534
Harley Lond1
Feminist Findings

Feminist Findings2

Publication121
The L.i.P. Collective1
Afro-American solidarity with the oppressed People of the world

Afro-American solidarity with the oppressed People of the world

Poster1583
Emory Douglas39
All Power to the People

All Power to the People

Poster1583
Emory Douglas39
Cover design for Radical Software Magazine, Summer

Cover design for Radical Software Magazine, Summer

Magazine534
Ant Farm2Chip Lord2
“Paso de peatones” (Crosswalk)

“Paso de peatones” (Crosswalk)5

Book613
Edited by Gabriel Macotela1Yani Pecanins and Walter Doehner1
The Colored American Magazine, August 1901; Vol. 3, No. 4; “Midsummer Fiction Number”

The Colored American Magazine, August 1901; Vol. 3, No. 4; “Midsummer Fiction Number”

Magazine534
The Colored Co-operative Publishing Company1
Mexican Folkways, Vol. 3, No. 1, Feb–Mar, 192

Mexican Folkways, Vol. 3, No. 1, Feb–Mar, 192

Magazine534
Diego Rivera4Frances Toor2
Survey Graphic, March 1925  (Volume 53, Issue 11); “Harlem: Mecca of the New Negro”

Survey Graphic, March 1925 (Volume 53, Issue 11); “Harlem: Mecca of the New Negro”

Magazine534
Winold Reiss3Survey Associates1
Mexican Folkways, Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct–Dec, 1928

Mexican Folkways, Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct–Dec, 1928

Magazine534
Diego Rivera4Frances Toor2
Survey Graphic, Nov 1942; “Color: Unfinished Business of Democracy. Negroes, U. S. A., The New World, The Old World”

Survey Graphic, Nov 1942; “Color: Unfinished Business of Democracy. Negroes, U. S. A., The New World, The Old World”

Magazine534
Survey Associates, Inc.5
Survey Graphic, May 1924; “Mexico: A Promise”

Survey Graphic, May 1924; “Mexico: A Promise”

Magazine534
Miguel Covarrubias2Survey Associates, Inc.5
Survey Graphic, January 1939; “The Inquiring Congressman”

Survey Graphic, January 1939; “The Inquiring Congressman”2

Magazine534
Survey Associates, Inc.5
Survey Graphic, January 1947; “Segregation”

Survey Graphic, January 1947; “Segregation”2

Magazine534
Survey Associates, Inc.5
A Basic Formal Hand: Second Edition Revised

A Basic Formal Hand: Second Edition Revised4

Book613
David Lance Goines1St. Hieronymus Press1